A library database is an organized collection of published information. In a database, you might find articles from scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers, or other types of information.
The library subscribes to dozens of databases that contain scholarly and peer-reviewed journal articles.
On this page, learn how search in a database, and:
Tip: To get the most out of these videos, you should first watch the videos from this guide's previous page:
This is the second in the Creating Search Statements series and builds on Creating Search Statements: Find Keywords, in this tutorial you will learn how combine your keywords in order to search specific library databases.
This is the final video in a three-part series on Creating Search Statements. This video introduces how to use truncation to expand search results.
Learn how to use the Get It @ Fisher link in database search results to locate full text in another database or through Interlibrary Loan.